Born in St. Louis, Missouri on April 16, 1881, Alice Corbin attended the University of Chicago, and in 1898 published a collection of poetry The Linnet Songs. In 1904 she rented a studio in the Academy of Fine Arts in Chicago, where she met her future husband, William Penhallow Henderson, painter, architect and furniture designer, who was a teacher at the Academy. They married on October 14, 1905.
In 1912 her second collection of poems, The Spinning Woman of the Sky, was published, and she became assistant editor to Harriet Monroe at Poetry Magazine. The Henderson's moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1916, after she was diagnosed with tuberculosis. She continued working on Poetry Magaz
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